v.infmlcatch up with; overtake
Step on it. We have a plane to catch.
I shall be hard driven to get these forms out by tomorrow.
Those who lagged behind have caught up.
v.drive away; expel
I have to whisk mosquitoes off in summer.
He is busy whisking the flies off.
They were determined to drive the aggressors out of their soil.
v.make a dash for; rush for
He got on his bicycle and pedaled like the wind to the factory.
Do not rush, or you may have an accident.
They hurried into the city to say good-bye to us.
drive a carriage
v.happen to; encounter
be caught in the rain
It happened to be a holiday when I got to your school.
wait until another day
Let's talk about it later.
v.go to (a fixed activity)
go to a temple fair
go to market